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Hack 0

Super Mario World Hacks → Hack 0

Submission Details

Name: Hack 0
Author: Golden Yoshi
Added:
Demo: No
Featured: No
Length: 7 exit(s)
Type: Standard: Very Hard
Description: A mysterious being has placed a strange helmet on Mario, forcing him to partake in a game of odd missions in a creepy world. Can you find out who, or what, is behind all of it?

Try to find all four endings...
Tags: asm creepy creepypasta gimmick graphics music
Comments: 9 (jump to comments)
Rating:
4.7 (3 ratings)
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Comments (9)

6 Golden Coins Link
Some points of this hack were creepy, but great level design! My favorite level was "Silentium" where you had to be completely silent. That was tricky, but extremely fun #smw{:TUP:}
Kimota Link
Thanks, got it! That's so cool and kinda dark.
Golden Yoshi Author Link
Originally posted by Kimota
Very fun hack, enjoyed the creepy atmosphere. The gimmicks are well-executed and fair. The silent level was particularly excellent. The game kept me motivated to get all four endings, but still I couldn't figure out what was going on (probably by design). To see if I was missing something, I checked the message boxes in Lunar Magic.
There is some seemingly unused content where the mystery villain speaks to the player.
Does this story line play out in other hacks? Thanks for making.


There shouldn't be any unused messages in the hack. And yea, you should be able to infer who (or what) the mystery villain is from certain facets and dialogue from the hack. Hint, the two passcodes in the hack are not just arbitrary values, observe them more closely...
Kimota Link
Very fun hack, enjoyed the creepy atmosphere. The gimmicks are well-executed and fair. The silent level was particularly excellent. The game kept me motivated to get all four endings, but still I couldn't figure out what was going on (probably by design). To see if I was missing something, I checked the message boxes in Lunar Magic.
There is some seemingly unused content where the mystery villain speaks to the player.
Does this story line play out in other hacks? Thanks for making.
kaitri Link
this is an interesting hack. the gimmicks arent much in your favor this time, but theres some deeper plot going on here.

i got ending 3 and 4 out of 4, but i have to be honest, the 2nd code i couldnt figure out at all. i cheated by looking into lunar magic.

i dont know how to get the 2nd code or where ending 1 and 2 are. considering ending 3 had 3 letters in it, i assume you need all 3 endings to get the code.

(if anyone figures it out send me a dm im really curious).


i give this hack a solid 4*.
tjvivi Link
nivel No bomb help me
mikairanutshack Link
The first 6 levels were mostly fun, explosion level was probably the weakest of the bunch.

Was wondering why the hack was labeled Standard: Very Hard until I got to the final level, which was quite a difficulty spike. It consisted of 2 sections per checkpoint, with some things feeling a bit unfair -- such as the 'no sound' room, which had obstacles that were hard to read quickly enough the first time around.

I achieved 'Ending 2 of 4' and did not have the desire to go back to all the other levels to attain some kind of 'code,' as well as go through the whole final level again.


Overall, it was an enjoyable hack. Not something I would go out of my way to recommend, but if someone asked me if it was worth playing, it would be a definite "Yes."
danwaleby Link
I see what you did there
Klug Link
Time to look (might review).